In this week’s Humpday Hangout, members of Traditions Training and the ISFSI review processes and programs that agencies are using to prepare incident commanders for the role.
Just as firefighters must orient themselves on the fireground, an officer must maintain orientation of their priorities to succeed and grow. David DeStefano considers a method for conceptualizing four factors that are crucial in staying focused.
At each step in one's career through the fire service, a firefighter's thoughts must be on passing the torch to the next generation, says Tom Warren.
The focus is on the impact of officers on the operation and culture of a fire department and the differences between the role of the 21st-century officer and that of previous years.
Just because you are the leader doesn’t mean you should stop learning. It also doesn’t mean you are beneath making mistakes yourself, writes Sean Colby.
In this show, Craig Nelson, Jeff Wallin, and Dane Carley tackle a variety of issues affecting fire departments.
In this presentation from Frank Viscuso, the focus is on the highest-rated fire service leadership traits
Building and developing good, solid leadership is often a challenge to many fire service organizations, writes Robert DiPietro.
In this new Humpday Hangout, Aaron Heller, Steve Pegram, Brad French, and the rest of the panel will discuss best practices in company officer development, including recommended training, mentoring, and applicable national standards.
Bart Lace uses his department’s Company Officer Development Academy as an example of the right way to prepare young officers for any fireground situation.